‘Doubt’ could have perfectly been my middle name, but when I got a phone call a couple of months ago, if I wanted to participate in this new project called REACT NOW – a project initiated by Dutch concept label Ruby Tuesday to support Orange Babies in their fight against hiv in Africa – it took me about less than a millisecond (if that is even possible?!) to say yes.

Danish designer Kamilla Byriel designed these React Now t-shirts (I am wearing the men’s version, of course), which are available via HERE from today. 150 of the 5.000 t-shirts being produced are limited edition and come with a book containing all 32 portraits (including illustrator Piet Paris, Vogue’s editor in chief Karin Swerink, model Sylvia van der Klooster and designer Ulrika Lundgren) shot for this project.

These limited editions will be introduced at an expo party on the 30th of June, where all portraits will be sold as well. (I am not sure who – apart from myself – is going to bid on my picture, but hey it is for a great good cause.)

All profits of the project go to Orange Babies.

I have to add that being able to work on a project like this is one of the biggest gifts that my blog has given me.

Picture by the amazing Paul Bellaart, styling by Jetteke van Lexmond. (You are a perfect team, thank you!)

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  1. In this pic, you’re beyond amazing!! And the project shows how a good person you are!! Congrats Sabrina!! ;)

  2. Goed project, en een supermooi portret van je. Ik vind alleen dat jij één van de weinige mensen bent die mooier is zonder/weinig makeup op :p

  3. Oh wow this is such a strong message and civic deed, you can be proud of yourself. That’s the cause I’m fighting for too (and giving money of course), especially since having my kids. I can’t bear the thought of sick kids who have nothing, not even parents…
    It’s a teardrop in the ocean, but if people help, it is not nothing for them.
    Good for you!

  4. it’s a great and wonderful initiative so how can you not look good in that shirt :) i’m sure there will be a lot of people to bid on the pic! – but, as i don’t speak dutch, while looking at the homepages, i was wondering where and how the shirts themselves are produced? could you tell me?

  5. You look absolutely gorgeous in this photo! And the t-shirt is amazing <3 I think it's fantastic you've been able to work on such a project. You can definitely be proud of yourself :) xx

  6. Mooie foto maar vooral super dat je je hiervoor inzet. Dit is de reden waarom ik je volg, je voelt dat je zoveel meer bent dan enkel een mooi meisje met stijl. Nothing but respect. xx